Posts Filed Under: “First Nations”
With more than half of First Nations people living off-reserve, cultural preservation relies on creating unified Aboriginal communities in cities.
The Five Nations of the Iroquois establish villages on the north shore of Lake Ontario in the 1670s, including one near the mouth of the Humber River, at the start of the Toronto Carrying Place.
The Mississaugas' thriving agricultural village on the Credit River, 1826-1847.
The appropriation of aboriginal dress, history, and imagery, and the stereotypes associated with them.
The repercussions of the 1796 killing of a Mississaugas chief.
The bones of 500 First Nations people are found in a centuries-old Scarborough burial pit.
With new exhibition highlighting Anishinaabe artists, the AGO is rethinking its Canadian galleries.
Oronhyatekha built the Independent Order of Foresters and the tallest building in Toronto.
New designs revealed for Ontario Place's urban park.
History buffs mounted their bikes and explored one of Toronto's most significant archaeological sites.
No, Toronto does not mean "meeting place."
Scenes from Saturday's celebrations of the 200th anniversary of the battle.
Canada celebrates the War of 1812, but the Six Nations perspective on the war and its effects is a sombre one.
Filmmaker Andrée Cazabon brings her latest documentary to the ROM for a screening and discussion about issues facing children on First Nations reserves.
TDSB students display their art in the rotunda of City Hall as part of National Aboriginal Day celebrations
In 1928, two teams of aboriginal hockey players embarked on a barnstorming tour through Ontario and the northeastern United States.